Raising Awareness of UN International Holocaust Remembrance Day

This is the second in our series, raising awareness of United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day, 27 January.

Inge Woolf was born in Vienna in 1934 to a warm and loving Jewish family. She was only three years old when the Nazis marched into Vienna and four when she finally escaped to England. Twenty years later she immigrated to New Zealand with her mother. She tells of her experiences and of the fate of her grandmother, one of the refugees seeking asylum in Palestine on the SS Patria.

Inge Woolf founded the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand. She was photographed and interviewed by Shadows of Shoah late last year.

About the Author
A New Zealand photographer and musician. Perry is the creator of Shadows of Shoah, a unique multidisciplinary touring Holocaust exhibition. He is also co-founder of The Israel Institute of NZ.
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